Hopefully you’ve dusted off the old BBQ and are checking your favourite weather app daily, patiently waiting for the perfect day to throw on a few sausages.
This month’s recipe is going to be the perfect accompaniment for your next BBQ or in this case, we best say braai.
What is a ‘braai’ you ask?
Noun – braai (plural braais)
A barbecue, the Afrikaans (South African language) word for grill.
An open outdoor grill built specifically for the purpose of braaing.
A social meeting, including the braaing of meat.
Now that that’s out the way, let’s get to the recipe. We’re going to help you make a Toebroodjie (pronounced: to-brood-kie), again we apologise as this is another Afrikaans word meaning sandwich.
Toebroodjie on the braai
Warning: look away if you don’t do sweet and savoury together.
Slice up your toasty (we mean toebroodjie) and serve with relish or chutney or just eat it while it’s hot. A message from our South African team mates… please don’t substitute the jam, it tastes best with apricot jam!
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